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BEKAR, Ogan (author)
The twenty-first-century complex technology and innovation systems require firms to adopt untraditional organizational structures, in which the value chains are broken, and non-linear flows of tangible and intangible resources are capitalized. The literature on innovation management and network economics also recognizes that firms’ innovation...
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Kowlesar, Kavish (author)
PROBLEM The business and marketing environments of today are rapidly changing due to several trends in society and in the market (Kotler & Keller, 2016). To maintain their position, companies must continually renew their knowledge management systems. The emergence of information technology (IT)-based intelligence systems suggests more...
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Grappin, Marie (author)
Massively reducing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions is one of the biggest challenges of the 21th century. An important deployment of Renewable Energies (RE) can be a key element in attaining this objective. Setting a (high) carbon price would greatly help as it would send a powerful signal to RE investors that it is time to switch from high...
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Salarić, Petra (author)
In India, there is an existing taboo of menstruation which has an impact on the well-being of women in different ways - from education, economics, health, religion to different personal aspects. Many activities are happening in India towards improving the situation around menstruation - from governmental activities and plans, provision of...
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Bautista Gauna, Paola Montserrat (author)
This report is the result of a graduation project in the domain of the Africa Market Entry for a Trypanosomiasis Diagnostic Device. The project aims to find promising ways to bring to the market a portable diagnostic device for Trypanosomiasis, developed by the company Aidx Medical BV. The context of T. African Animal Trypanosomiasis (AAT) is a...
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van Sambeek, Boudewijn (author)
The European Union (EU) landfilled and incinerated 600 million tons of waste in 2013, which could have been recycled and returned as raw material to the economy. Resource efficiency can regain this value and bring economic, environmental and social benefits. The EU has therefore adapted the Circular Economy Package with targets to stimulate the...
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Bendermacher, Ralf (author)
The world is experiencing a new technological revolution that can have profound implications for the nature of work. Currently, attention is particularly focused on the implication of the increased adoption of industrial robots. Multiple studies predict that especially developing countries are at risk to be negatively affected by robotization in...
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Huisman, Leo (author)
Labour market economics has been gaining more and more attention over the years, due to increasing job insecurity. There is a growing demand for the improvement of labour market models. Labour market models are representations of the labour market system used to provide insight to the effects of government policy. Current labour market models...
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Stinenbosch, Bas (author)
Background: A lot of scientists have tried to shed light on dark web markets. They did this by scraping these marketplaces over a period of time and describe what they were seeing. However, the methods used to measure these markets were never validated before. Research goal: This research will identify and validate the methods that are used in...
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Yang, Yujing (author)
In order to realize sustainable customer growth, a company could adopt different strategies: opening up a new market, developing new products, etc. Based on the SWOT analysis, No Label is small and lacking capital, while its main target group (middle-class men, aged 25-45) is growing rapidly. Thus, No Label’s biggest opportunity lies in focusing...
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Tsui, Andy (author)
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Renaud, Anneroos (author)
The growing share of renewable electricity generation poses a balancing challenge on the electricity grid and thus increases probability of for congestion on the electricity grid. On the supply side, flexibility can be built into the system. One option for a market to avoid congestion is the redispatch market, which is the way of solving...
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Xu, Jiayun (author)
Today's standard spatial experience of the contemporary city is like one of a continuous sequence of small homogeneous functional enclaves via thresholds and leftover spaces, which can be summarized as the 'margins', where plenty of temporary or long-lasting informal practices take place. Those marginal spaces, as well as informal practices they...
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Brinkman, Rosalie (author)
The Dutch government aims at 70% of electricity production from renewable energy sources in 2030 in order to reach a CO2 emission reduction of 49% as compared to 1990 levels. With the increasing share of variable renewables in the European power system, it becomes increasingly more important to find a way to deal with generation volatility. The...
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Hvalbye, Ole (author)
This thesis examines the competitiveness of renewable energy technology compared to conventional power generation methods by examining the relative cost of solar PV, wind, and coal. The findings of this analysis seek to answer the primary hypothesis: The unique application of Levelized Cost of Electricity (LCOE), entailing the manipulation of...
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Chintada, Priyanka (author)
Wind energy is the most promising renewable energy source for the Netherlands in the energy transition period. However, the investment costs of the offshore wind are huge. Until now, the government was supporting the investments in wind farms with subsidy schemes irrespective of the electricity market dynamics. The latest large-scale offshore...
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Ponsioen, Coen (author)
The Dutch government has set out to largely reach reductions in carbon emissions in the electricity sector with the utilization of offshore wind energy. Due to the intermittency of wind energy this poses new problems and challenges for the future electricity system in the Netherlands. The objective of this report is to identify the challenges...
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Hammoud, Housam (author)
This paper presents a new theoretical approach to design a polycentric electricity sector. The study focuses on Lebanon and its electricity sector, and tries to reform the sector using a proposed polycentric structure. The study utilises the polycentric indicators and general structure, along with organisational modes, and electricity market...
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Deen, Gerrit (author)
Wind Power Producers (WPP) incur a negative result through mandatory participation on the balancing market. This study analyzes the performance of multiple improved offering strategies for a WPP offering both on the day-ahead market and the balancing market. It does so on revenue, as well as its impact on the grid and electricity market as a...
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Zwijnenburg, Joris (author)
The production of renewable energy is steadily going up, and as a result of the (almost) zero-marginal cost renewables, the marginal cost based electricity prices go down. While the need for backup generation increases due to the fluctuating availability of renewable energy, the generation units that supply electricity during demand peaks see...
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